Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by adamgibbo, Jun 21, 2011.
Oh .. Really .. Sorry .. I've just forgot about it for a moment
Actually after remembering some of the silly questions posted here on wilder its clear that not everyone knows
All part of the fun I guess
I prefer a chevy small block lol! ok i say these, Prevx, Kaspersky, Bitdefender,Emisoft, and Viper.
3. Dr. Web
Would make the ultimate malware-catching composition together.
I'll beat everyone in terms of numbers :
4. Metascan Ultra
lol you got this one..hands down
Actually I could better it, but here are my 5 more realistic choices:
I pretty much have the same list as a few other people
What engines are currently in the product?
Would have been better as a poll.
After reading the entire thread, I have no idea which engines are most favored.
My own 5:
The following 5 virus engines would make for a great product:
Many people here are cheating. Obviously, you cannot pick G-Data as it's multi-engined (BitDefender and Avast).
My pick would be:
1) Avira (because it's good against the malware floating around here in Northern Europe)
2) Ikarus (the best detection there is)
3) BitDefender (maybe the most used engine in the world?)
4) MBAM (since it offers detection against malware that are missed by other vendors)
5) Hitman's own engine that identifies potential malware
My choice in the following order:
Funny, a lot of posters choose more than 5 engines when asked to post 5. Do they really want or have that many engines or do they not know some products are using more than one engine?
Yes, I agree with you.
On the other hand, Hitman uses more than 5 engines. It actually 6 engines; Avast, BitDefender, Dr.Web, Ikarus, Emsisoft and Prevx (Webroot).
I'm trying to avoid a poll because I don't want it to be the "Wilders top five favourite antivirus engines thread"
Don'tworry, there is no ranking here and no comments is asked for. Anyway at the end all possible engines see the light in this thread.
But maybe there are some fools who are counting the engines voted for.
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